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Yamaha ATV VIN Number Decoder & Search

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Looking for Yamaha ATV VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) Number Decoders? Once you find your ATV VIN number off the tag on your Yamaha ATV, you can go to all kinds of websites that have VIN Decoders available. The best ones are backed by the Yamaha ATV manufacturer, however there are plenty of aftermarket Yamaha ATV VIN Decoder websites on the web. This topic will stay pinned and if you find any to add, please do it with a reply. 

The following Yamaha ATV VIN Decoder websites are available where you can just enter your VIN number and it will shows you some of your ATV model details:

KBB.com https://www.kbb.com/vehicle-history-report/ 
CARFAX https://www.carfax.com
autoDNA https://www.autodna.com
VinAudit http://www.vinaudit.com/
decodeTHIS https://www.decodethis.com
VINCario https://vindecoder.eu/

NICB Theft Check https://www.nicb.org/theft_and_fraud_awareness/vincheck 
 

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Good info. Helped me determine the ACTUAL year of the quad my son bought. 

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They didn't help at all with my older Big Bears.  Got the most info from VIN View /// AnalogX along with a good breakdown of what each element of the VIN stands for.

 

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On 9/28/2018 at 3:28 PM, Vern said:

They didn't help at all with my older Big Bears.  Got the most info from VIN View /// AnalogX along with a good breakdown of what each element of the VIN stands for.

 

Good information thanks for posting.

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Great  Thanks,  maybe now will be able to find out exact info on quad.  Just knew it was a Yamaha Grizzly 600, but not sure of year and looks like some differences.

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 Vin# is located on the left side frame rail. Find the frame rail below the shift lever, follow that rail forward to where it goes up the wheel well. Get down low and look up behind the wheel well at the frame rail. 

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On Sunday, December 09, 2018 at 4:57 PM, Frank Angerano said:

 Vin# is located on the left side frame rail. Find the frame rail below the shift lever, follow that rail forward to where it goes up the wheel well. Get down low and look up behind the wheel well at the frame rail. 

Thanks,  I couldn't find it b4 your post. Looked all over figured it was somewhere.

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3 hours ago, gutthooked said:

Thanks,  I couldn't find it b4 your post. Looked all over figured it was somewhere.

I found mine but, took a lot of photoshop to reveal it. 

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Sometime when it’s bad like that I lightly sand the area with a 220 grit paper and then put a piece of  paper from my printer over the number and run a pencil really fast back and forth over the vin # and it transfers onto the paper.   

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Is the 05 big bear in the same location as its predecessor? 

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Should be.  

Manufacturers really don’t chnage the location of the vin#s. For instance my old fourtrax late 90s was on the front of the frame.  My newer rancher 2012 is in the same spot. Same for a few of my bikes.  

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I'll check it tomorrow , I looked the other day but didn't see anything, but I didn't have good light.

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Ok , I did find it on the frame rail in front of the shifter. The only bad thing is about 3/4 of the numbers are obliterated. Numbers are hard to read but still can make out a good many of them. They even match up with my Title. Looks like the frame took a hit there at one time.

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Maybe wire wheel it and take a white or yellow  crayon and run over the numbers hard.  Wipe the excess off or lightly sand it and take a pic.   Just an idea.  

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Yeah I'll have to give that a try,  you would think that they'd put the number on top of the frame or put skid plates under it. 

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Hi All.

My number on the frame plus motor is 59V044570, but cant find any details, such as model, year etc for this quad. Would anyone may be able to help.

 

Cheers

Robert

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Hello there, that number does NOT look like a VIN.!

If it’s a Japanese quad the 1st symbol is ‘J’ followed by a  series of numbers and letters. 

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As Im in Australia, not sure, but its the same on both motor and frame, thought it may be a YFM225, but not sure.

 

Rob

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